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Marina's 100 question Q&A
Video Q: What’s your name? A: Horiuchi Marina Q: What’s your birthday and how old are you? A: April 29, I’m 22 now. Q: Where are you from? A: Tokyo Q: Who’s in your family household? A: Mom, Dad and me. Only the 3 of us. Q: Blood type? A: B(Dad), B(Mom), B(??) and B!! Q: Height? A: 154 cm Q: Occupation? A: I’m working as a voice actress/artist, but I’m also studying music at university. If things go well, I’ll be able to graduate- Hm… I’m planning to graduate next year. Q: Please talk about your work up until now. A: Let’s see… I took part in an audition in elementary 3rd grade… After that… In 4th grade? 5th grade? We formed Minipati, a group about food education, and then I was part of Sakura Gakuin until Jr High 3rd grade. In High School- Oh right I was also in a musical in 5th grade. Anyway, in my freshman year in high school I got to be in a play and an anime. And now we’re here. Q: What are your hobbies? A: I like drawing, and trying different kind of cheese naans. Q: Special skills? A: Short distance sprinting. Q: Nicknames? A: Marippe or Horiuchi. Q: Charm points? A: Maybe my hair, like, this part of my bangs [touches side of bangs] has always been wavy/curly. Q: Speaking habit? A: I say ‘majissuka’ [“For real?”]. Q: How would you describe your personality in one phrase? A: In one phrase? hm… Crazy. Q: What are your positive traits? A: Positive? (haha) I’m full of curiosity? Q: Negative traits? A: My thoughts immediately show on my face. Q: How would you describe your younger self in one phrase? A: My younger self? I guess I was always trying to show off, I was really flashy. FlashyMari Q: What’s a surprising side of you? A: Surprising? Ah! I’m obsessed with taking notes! I always write down what I was dreaming of when I wake up in the morning. Q: What sports are you good at? A: Relay! Q: Favorite vegetables? A: I love baby corn. Q: Favorite snacks/candy? A: Ume flavored konbu. Q: Favorite fruit? A: Shine muscat! Q: Favorite drink? A: Ginger Ale! Q: Favorite miso soup ingredient? A: Nameko mushrooms Q: Favorite bento ingredient? A: Hm, let’s see… Pickles. I guess just pickled vegetables? (haha) Q: Favorite onigiri ingredient? A: Pollock mayo! Q: Favorite ramen? A: Shio Ramen, I guess? Q: Favorite curry? A: Butter chicken Indian curry. Q: Favorite seasoning? A: Yuzu kosho [grated yuzu peel with chili] Q: Favorite dressing? A: Balsamic vinegar Q: Favorite time of day? A: 7:30AM Q: Favorite clothing? A: Lately I’ve been into sporty stuff with lines on the side. Q: Favorite movie? A: Titanic Q: Favorite scenery? A: The ocean! Q: Favorite vehicle/ride? A: Monorails! Q: Favorite animal? A: Favorite animal… it’s probably squirrels Q: Favorite color? A: Rainbow Q: Favorite shape? A: Shape? Rectangle. Q: Favorite saying? A: I like “Funkotsusaishin” (粉骨砕身) [=doing one’s very best, literally something like “exerting oneself so much that their bones turn to dust”] Q: Favorite place? A: An island! I love islands. Q: Favorite number? A: 5 Q: Favorite school subject? A: Science. Q: Favorite season? A: Spring and Summer. Q: Favorite flower? A: Marigold Q: Favorite alcoholic drink? A: Shandygaff! Q: Favorite book or manga? A: I always really loved Animal Yokocho Q: Favorite anime? A: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Q: Voice actors you see as a role model? A: Mizuki Nana-san and Sakamoto Maaya-san Q: Actresses you see as a role model? A: Hm… Ueno Juri-san I think. Q: Favorite Youtuber? A: Fuwa-chan! [unrelated side-note, Fuwa-chan is in the best music video ever created] Q: Favorite artist/performer? A: Unison Square Garden Q: What song would you listen to when you’ve fallen in love? A: Glay’s Soul Love! Q: What kind of men do you like? A: Someone who can tease/banter with me. Q: What’s your fetish/what are you super weirdly into? [I don’t know how translate this, but フェチ/fechi while literally meaning “Fetish” it can be used in a non-sexual way in Japanese from what I’ve seen. For example ASMR is called “oto-fechi”, “Sound-fetish”] A: Um... Bangs? Q: How would you approach someone you’ve fallen in love with? A: Hm, I guess I’d try putting their clothes in order? Like hey I noticed your cuffs were messy. Q: Where would you go on a date? A: An aquarium? Q: What act would make you fall in love with someone? A: Hm… Something like our knees touching? Q: What’s your motto? A: From HIDE from X-Japan “Do everything/what you set your mind to as if it’s your last day, even if you won’t die tomorrow” Q: What did you want to be when you were small? A: Policewoman! Q: What are you studying currently? A: Well, I’m trying my best at English. Q: What country do you want to go to? A: France! Q: What would you want to do on a day off? A: I’d want to be in the ocean all day. I’ll jump in. Q: What do you do first thing in the morning? A: I write down what I was dreaming about. Q: What do you do right before going to sleep? A: I look through all the pictures I took that day. Q: What emoji do you use a lot? A: The baby chick. Q: Do you answer your LINE messages quickly? A: I guess I answer at a standard pace? Q: How do you deal with stress? A: I have a drink with my friends, or listen to music loudly. Q: What do you end up spending your money on a lot? A: Um… Well… Monorail fares are surprisingly expensive Q: What do you want the most currently? A: Shine muscat! Q: What do you always have on you? A: I always have a portrait a friend drew in my bag. Q: What hairstyle would you want to try? A: Fuwa-chan’s twintails [or I guess double buns? She calls them twintails for some reason lol] Q: Your ideal image of a woman? A: Someone who’s comfortable in their skin, someone who’s very open [or more like, not afraid of being caught off-guard] Q: What’s something you absolutely can’t stand? A: I really don’t like bugs. Q: What kind of fortune-telling do you believe in? A: Well that thing that tells your fortune from your blood type and your date of birth has been pretty accurate for me so far. Q: Are you an indoors or outdoors person? A: Outdoors. Q: Favorite type of event? A: Marine day Q: How’s your eyesight? A: I wear glasses at home, so pretty bad. Q: Are you the one to tease others or the other way around? A: I get teased a lot. Q: What are you really particular about? A: I always use my phone case until it breaks.I don’t buy a new one unil then. Q: Have you had a pet before? A: Yes! I had a crayfish. Q: What animal would you say you’re like? A: An echidna. Q: What do you do when hanging out with friends? A: We just walk around aimlessly while clinging to each other. Q: What clubs were you in? A: The shadow tea ceremony club. [ok, she says “Hidden” tea ceremony club, which I guess means it wasn’t officially recognized by the school, but shadow sounds cooler] Q: How do you kill time? A: I play games on my phone and stuff. Q: What food do you hate? A: Green peas and bell peppers. Q: What would you do if you could use magic? A: I’d make every kind of transportation into monorails. Even walking. Q: What would you want to be reborn as? A: I guess I’d want to be a monorail. Q: What era would you travel to if you had a time machine? A: To the time when Perry sailed to Japan. Q: Why? A: Ever since we learned about it in middle school, I just kinda always had Perry in the back of my mind. He was always arriving in Japan in my mind? Maybe because it had to do with the ocean? I think he was really cool. I would want to see how he arrived on the ships once with my own eyes. I had that on my mind since middle school. Q: What would you do if you won the lottery? A: I would buy a private jet. Q: What would you do if the world ended tomorrow? A: I’d do a parade with everyone. Q: What one thing would you bring to a deserted island? A: Infinite cheese naan. Q: What’s your special/best song at a karaoke? A: Seikan hikou [From Macross Frontier, by Nakashima Megumi] Q: What instruments can you play? A: Piano and guitar. Q: How did you feel when your debut got decided? A: I thought I was dreaming! Q: What did you enjoy the most while writing a song? A: When I could feel the melody fitting the lyrics perfectly while humming it, I felt so happy. Q: What did you have the most difficulty with while writing a song? A: When I had a hard time properly expressing something I wanted to. Q: What do you want to challenge a year from now? A: I want to go meet the fans abroad. Q: What do you want to challenge 10 years from now? A: I want to have a concert at Tokyo Dome! Q: Message to the people who watched till the end? A: Thank you for watching! There were many questions I couldn’t answer before so I hope you had fun while learning about me a little bit.
Organ Trail 2: Chapter 2, "A Short-lived Morale Boost."
Chapter 1 As our heroes leave Pittsburgh, they're immediately met by a large, relatively calm horde of zombies. Hoping they can make it through, they try and make the car as silent as possible, before trying to gently sneak through. However, the zombies are alert enough to notice them, and they're forced to put the pedal to the metal to keep from being overrun. They lose some of the supplies on top of the car in the process. Immediately after that harrowing experience, the party starts poking fun at Meesa (the current driver), saying that with the addition of what they'd just lost, Meesa had probably lost them more total supplies than the actual zombies themselves. Meesa laughs along with them, and the party continues on in high spirits. If you think that's going to last for long, then I'm afraid you've forgotten what game this is. As the party stops for a stretch break, Chicken hears a quiet rustling behind the car and goes to investigate. Behind the car, he finds that a small child has cracked open the trunk ever so slightly, and is pilfering food. The child notices Chicken, and there's a split second of calm before the child sprints off. On instinct, Chicken runs after him. Chicken's long legs allow him to catch up quickly, and any hope of the child's escape is shattered when he trips and face-plants into the dirt. The kid tries to get to his feet but falls over himself again in fear. Realizing what he must look like, Chicken slows down a bit and offers a hand to the kid. Seeing this, the kid calms down a bit and accepts his help. Without another word, the kid reaches into his pocket and pulls out a small wooden toy fish, which he thrusts into Chicken's hands before running off. Chicken looks down at the fish in his hand, before placing it in a secure pouch in his bag. He heads back towards the car, and the party continues on their way. Eventually, they stop again for a bathroom break, with Oto proceeding out into the woods. He comes back with several large scratches on his face and bite marks near his throat. He didn't get ambushed by zombies, only some wild dogs. Luckily, he stashed some extra medical supplies away in his belongings, so he's able to last through the final leg of the journey. With some new urgency, the party puts the pedal to the metal, running over a zombie in the process, which leaves a ding in the hood. Shortly after, the city of Indianapolis appears on the horizon. The map so far
[Discussion]The US Navy's Littoral Combat ship program: Worth continued investment? Or complete replacement?
Submission Statement: In the late 1990s, the USN sought to procure a replacement vessel for it's Oliver Hazard Perry class frigates and Avenger class mine hunters. These vessels were to be designed for operations close to shore in the littoral environments (hence the name) and to deal with the threats present therein. These types of regions include: The Persian Gulf, The Gulf of Aden, The Sunda Strait, The Gulf of Mexico, and the South China Sea. However, recent DoD testing has shown that the LCS is incapable of dealing with expected threats in these environments:
LCS Mission Overview: Given these operating environments, the LCS was expected to perform three critical missions:
Counter-mine operations using a combination of helicopter and remote vehicle assets
Surface-warfare operations using its speed, gun system, helicopter assets, and on-board missiles
Anti-submarine warfare operations with a specific mission versus small conventional submarines in shallow waters
In short, the LCS was designed to replace the role of the OHP class frigates as they were being used at the end of their service lives: a fast armed vessel which can do patrol and presence duties without committing a more expensive Destroyer, Cruiser, or Carrier asset. Program deviations: It should be noted that since the LCS was designed and fielded, there were a number of unexpected issues that have delayed capability improvements, including:
Cancellation of NLOS-M / Netfires Missile - This was intended to provide the LCS with a short ranged precision missile to engage multiple small targets at a stand-off distance. Potential replacements included the Griffin missile system and currently the Longbow Hellfire missile. The cancellation of this weapon has left LCS without a standoff weapon for Surface Warfare missions
Revelations regarding the Mk.110 57mm cannon performance. It was determined in recent Navy testing that the 57mm gun that this system showed very little advantage over the smaller Mk.44 30mm gun system. The 57mm gun has been plagued with accuracy issues at long ranges and poor performance at certain high speeds, forcing the LCS to slow down to fire it effectively and negating its primary advantage (speed). This was a major black eye for both DD(X) and LCS programs as this gun system was a last ditch "anti-swarm" weapon and cannot perform this role effectively
That being said, I'd like to overview the Case For / Case Against: Case For:
LCS vessels are cheap at $360M per copy. Much cheaper than a full-blown OHP Frigate replacement
LCS requires much fewer crew to operate with 40 being the norm. This is nearly 1/4 that of the OHPs 176 resulting in a much cheaper vessel over the lifetime
LCS vessels are incredibly quick, with sprint speeds in excess of 40 knots
LCS vessels are stealthy using a combination of shaping and materials resulting in a reduced RCS. In a Littoral environment, an LCS would easily "blend" in with all manner of smaller fishing craft in the area
LCS have massive aviation facilities for supporting MH-60 and Firescout UAV operations
LCS are modular in design and architecture allowing for adaptability for a variety of missions. Currently three main modules include: Counter-mine, SUW, and ASW.
Bluewater ASW operations are better handled using off-board assets such as helicopters, aircraft, and unmanned assets
[ADDED by Eskali160] The LCS new 3:2:1 manning/deployment essentially generates a 100% more forward presence then the OHP which traditionally never deploys more then 1:4 compared to the LCS's 1:2.
LCS vessels appear to lack significant armor protection for crew and equipment. The USN approach for them is, upon damage, to simply escape the area. If the LCS cannot escape, this could result in significant casualties and potential loss of ship.
Aluminum construction also poses issues in terms of survivability versus fires. This has been seen on the USS Belknap with its collision with an aircraft carrier, as well as the USS Stark incident. Aluminum will burn down.
Damage Control capability is lacking in LCS vessels. This is primarily to the lack of crew available to perform this roll in addition to the vessel's construction materials. Given both designs extensive use of aluminum, any hull or superstructure damage would require an immense amount of time and equipment for repair.
Most critically: LCS LACKS FIREPOWER. It's SUW loadout revolves around a 57mm gun, 2x 30mm cannon, SeaRAM, and it's helicopter compliment. The LCS lacks any capability to reliably damage or destroy a vessel of comparable size such as the PLAN Type 054 and doing so is a significant liability given the latter's firepower advantage.
Dependence on helicopteUAV can be negated in an environment with anti-air systems. The MH-60s on an LCS are vulnerable to ship and land-based SAM systems, yet they are also the only LCS asset with anti-ship capability using the Penguin or Hellfire Missile
LCS lacks anti-air search and defensive systems, while the SeaRAM is available, it is considered a last-ditch system.
Splitting the Difference: An important aspect of this discussion is also the DoD's recent decision to cap LCS production at 20 units, while moving over to production of a "Small Surface Combatant" based on the LCS but with the following changes:
Reduction of dependence on modular design. The SSC is proposal will focus primarily on ASW and SUW missions leaving the counter-mine mission to the original LCS vessels. This means the the SSC will be more expensive as it will be outfitted with equipment supporting both roles
Firepower upgrades: the SSC (and some legacy LCS) will potentially be armed with 2x 30mm guns, 1x 76mm OTO Melara gun, 4-to-8 AShM, ESSM, SeaRAM, and Longbow Hellfire missiles. This will present a formidable lethality improvement allowing the SSC to go toe-to-toe with a Type 054 type frigate
SSC will see more crew added, with potentially 20 more personnel bringing its manning from 40 to 60. Still an improvement versus OHP class
SSC will also see addition of a 3D air search and targeting radar, potentially in the form of a miniaturized SPY-1 system. This will add weight and power consumption and potentially impact speed
SSC will also add armor to critical crew and engine spaces for improved survivability
SSCs will also carry the "FFG" code opposed to "LCS", but this along with the aforementioned improvements will result in much higher costs per ship
SSC will also be a single design, based either on Independence or Freedom class.
Conclusions: In my opinion, the LCS is a "salvageable" failure. The program depended too much on concurrency (for example the development of NLOS-M/Netfires) and the Navy's inability to select one design meant that in-class improvements were diluted over the two classes. The LCS also lacked significant firepower for its mission, even given what was known about its primary operating environment: the Persian Gulf. However, should procurement of the Small Surface Combatant pan out (given the current Pacific Pivot, it probably will), then the LCS will settle nicely as a replacement for the Avenger-Class mine countermeasure vessels, as well as filling a USN maritime presence in low-threat environments like the Gulf of Aden or the Gulf of Mexico where the presence of Anti-ship missiles is minimal. Thoughts? Thanks!
MAJOR EDIT AND CONTRIBUTION:
I'd like to thank Eskali160 for having a spirited discussion with me on this topic. Thanks to him, I'd like to change my opinion a bit to admit that I may have been a little harsh in my criticism of the LCS.
I would like to admit that the USN is working hard to bring the advertised capabilities to the LCS platform
Despite delays in it's core mission, the USN (rightfully) went ahead with a shipbuilding program as is to get as many hulls in the water as possible. (thanks studdbeefpile )
The USN if it wishes can rapidly integrate the Naval Strike Missile if need be and appears to be doing so, though I believe its overly optimistic to think it will be available in the next FY.
Hellfire integration should be an excellent capability addition giving the LCS improved lethality versus small boats
In conclusion, the LCS still has room to grow. Maybe I should give the program a chance.
[NEWS]Development of new Fast Offshore Patrol Ship
Felipe VI Class Corvette displacement: 2,800 Tons Length: 320 ft Beam: 50 ft Draft: 15 ft Propulsion: 1x Rolls-Royce MT30 Speed: 34 knots Sprint Speed: 40 knots integrated Bridge/superstructure and flat surface angles for reduced radar signatures Complement: 30 crew and 60 forces Sensors and processing systems: Type 997 Artisan 3D Armament: 1x OTO Melara 76_mm, 4 x 20 mm automatic mountings, 4 × 12.7 mm machine guns, 1x Otobreda 127/54 Compact Aircraft carried: 1x NH90 or similar helicopter Years to develop: 3 years Years to build each model: 1.5 Cost Per Ship: 300 million for first, 250 million for next ships Cost for development: 5 billion(3.5 from Spain/Navantia, 1.5 from Flightdeck) Both FlightDeck and Navantia will have full production rights.
The navies of both Italy and Libya have been largely neglected over the past decade, while both have made some efforts to modernize, nothing substantial except for two minor classes of ships on the Libyan side have come of the program. With Italian and Libyan cooperation steadily increasing, we believe that joint Naval R&D would be a good course of action. While Libya may not have use for some of the ships developed currently, we may need them in the future. A new cruiser, fleet auxiliary, and amphibious assault ship will be developed over the next three and four years. The Fleet Auxiliary/Landing Ship Tank will be designed to move cargo and/or tanks and/or personnel dependent on it's mission. Although lightly armed, to make more space, and due to it not being an offensive ship by any means, it compensates with substantial range and cargo space. The new cruiser will be a light cruiser, as the size and capabilities of a heavy cruiser are currently not needed by either Navy. It will feature a major emphasis on increasing VLS cell storage and reduction of crew size through the use of automation to improve endurance. The amphibious assault ship uses a concept that will give it an edge over others of it's kind in the Mediterranean, use of the Flight 0 Concept. The ship is also much larger than a comparable ship of it's size and mission such as the America Class as it is made to carrier an entire expeditionary brigade sized unit (~2,500-3,000 personnel) and also function as a sea control light carrier if required. The Riptide Electric Boat Company will be given a contract worth half a billion to R&D a CODAG engine similar to the one on the JHF. MHI and Avio will also be given a contract worth a billion to R&D a more efficient Avio LM-GDx2500 that can be natively produced. The 8 Inch/55 Guns and turrets will be R&D'd by OTO Melara, Wasim Munitions. Fincantieri and Flightdeck will be doing the main designing of the vessels themselves, while the technology is handled by other contractors. We hope Italy finds these as acceptable statistics. Due to us being a comparatively much smaller economy, Libya is only able to pay for 1/5 of the development cost at this time, which is projected to be ~$20 (Bil.) Mediterranean Class Fleet Auxiliary/Landing Ship Tank
So I started my first ever tank in earlier this year; I finished stocking it by the end of March. It's a 20 gallon high with 8 Neons, 3 Emerald corys, 3 Panda corys (I now know they should probably be the same species, I made note of that), 3 Otos, and a Zebra nerite snail along with some plants. The 3 Pandas, neons, snail, and otos I got from the same LFS and the 3 Emeralds I got from a reputable private sellefarmer. For the past week my pandas (at least two of them I now figure) have been acting odd, but I think this goes beyond the usual Cory crazy. They'll be at the bottom and their tail will float up off the substrate a centimeter. It's not full on, tail up but more of a 30 degree angle thing which leads me to think it's swim bladder related. Then they'll sometimes just leave the bottom and float up to the surface with little effort in their swimming motions and then they'll just float at the top, sometimes upside down completely motionless and seemingly unresponsive to stimuli. Within maybe 15 seconds later, the guys will just dive back down to the bottom. Just to be clear, they don't do it at the same time. I making this post after I buried one of them today because the guy did absolutely nothing, no gill or body movement, eyes completely glazed over. Just moments ago, one of the two remaining pandas starting floating around (around mid-level of the tank) and then an emerald came by and 'sprinted' past him. I don't know if the emerald rammed him or not but the panda "woke up" and started slowly swimming back down. I haven't noticed the other panda acting at all like the other one but I'm uncertain if he will eventually follow suit. Am I getting trolled by them? I know they can be bizarre but this is far from what I was expecting. If it's a prank, I give up, you got me Pandas! My water params are normal but maybe I missed a random crash somewhere? Normal ones (API kit) are ~7.8 pH, <.25 ammonia, 0 nitrite, ~10 nitrate, 80 deg temperature. I just did a water change today too. Feed includes New Life Spectrum in the morning (mostly for the neons), and thawed bloodworms at night. Sorry for the lengthy post, I'm just trying to describe it in best detail. If you can provide any help, I'd appreciate it. I don't have a hospital tank and the one cory was my first death in 4 months so it's kind of heartbreaking. Edit: Just to add, I looked at the poor guy's corpse before laying him to rest and I didn't really see anything of concern but I didn't really know what to look for.
Completion Post (Definitely not quitting): 19/M/6'2"/167(+10) lbs (March 31, 2011-June 23, 2011)
Original Posthttp://www.reddit.com/BTFC/comments/gfns0/intro_19m62167_lbs_march_31_2011june_23_2011/ Beginning Stats: 19/M/6'2/167lbs. Est. 17% body fat Squat 155lbs Deadlift 205lbs OHP: 95lbs Rows: N/A Bench: 135lbs http://imgur.com/a/dyOto Final Stats 19/M/6'2/177lbs. Est 17% body fat (Luckily age, gender, and height remained the same) Squat 195lbs Deadlift 335lbs OHP: 115lbs Rows: NEVER DID EM! Bench: 175lbs http://imgur.com/a/1a9si What did I do? -2x WeeklyHeavy Lifting w/ Squat, Deadlift, OHP and Bench Press supplemented with SPRINTS at the end of every workout -Jiu Jitsu 4-6 days a week -Tried to remember to stretch regularily -Daily Burpees (Missed many sessions, but I'm at 76 a day) Summary My original goal was to move up to 185lbs while maintaining or reducing body fat percentage. I did not succeed with this goal. However, I did succeed in reaching a Squat of 195lbs, while fixing my old ugly ass form. I raised my Deadlift to 335lbs, which is something I couldn't even contemplate in my head before. My recovery time definitely increased. I was able to get my body into lifting twice a week (Not quite 3x), which was awesome considering I could barely do 1 day a week without hobbling around for 6 days. My Jiu Jitsu has improved a lot in the past 3 months. A few days ago I received another tip (stripe), and call it psychological but I feel like I actually flow now, and it's not all just technique, I can feel my newly found pseudo-fitness helping me along. Anyone who has ever had to spiderwalk back and forth in a gym knows what I mean. Here's what I really want to say, though. I didn't make huge gains. I made progress that is huge to ME. I'm certainly not a poster-boy of this contest, but you can be sure if and when there's another one I'll be right back in it looking for 1st place.
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